Posts from March 2018 (Page 2)

Food for Thought, 03.13.18

Several articles from around the web for you this week! 5 Tips for Engaging with Scripture: To love the Lord with all our strength, we must actively engage with Scripture—asking questions, learning contexts, making connections, and reflecting on personal applications of the text. The story of work – and why it’s so complicated for women: “For most […]

Sunday Review, 03.11.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared God’s Word with us from John 7:1-24. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Right Judgement. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from their […]

John: Right Judgement

We’ve all likely heard the phrase “don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” and we know exactly what it means. While that phrase itself isn’t “ancient” (since books and covers didn’t even exist in their current form through most of human history”), the concept behind it is. Even Jesus Himself said something along those lines two thousand years ago […]

Sunday Review, 03.04.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Larry shared God’s Word with us from John 6:60-71. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Feast or Starve. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from […]

John: Feast or Starve?

After witnessing Jesus’ miracle of feeding the 5000, many of Jesus’ supposed followers walked away, offended at the idea of him being “The Bread of Life.” They were impressed by his power, but they couldn’t swallow that claim. Yet, a comparatively small number of people stuck with Jesus. How did Peter say it? “Lord, to […]

Sunday Preview, 03.02.18

This Weekend at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Larry McCall: Many of Jesus’ supposed followers just walked away, offended at the idea of him being “The Bread of Life.” They couldn’t swallow that. Yet, a comparatively small number of people stuck with Jesus. How did Peter say it? “Lord, to whom shall we go? You […]